The new Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Technologies Engineering, together with the future Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering, replaces the current Degree in Industrial Engineering. The former two are jointly equivalent to the latter.
This degree aims to provide future professionals with the ability to design, build, maintain and manage industrial equipment and facilities. Its field of work includes both traditional and future-oriented areas: energy, the environment, product design, electricity, industrial construction and facilities, mechanics, production, industrial organization, electronics, automatics, materials, cars and transport.
Due to the wide knowledge of different industrial technologies that it affords, and to the high adaptability and versatility of its graduates once they enter the labour market, this degree provides students with the foundations for professional success.